KR Weekly News in Review 4 March, 2014Harper's Weekly Review March 4th, 2014(www.harpers.org)from The Huffington Post(www.huffingtonpost.com)"Read Aloud. Change the World."by Pam Allyn"GOP Bill to 'Save American Workers' Would Actually Strip Health Care From a Million Workers, CBO Reports"by Bob Cesca"I'm Going To Prison For Working At A Pot Shop That Was Legal In My State"by Matt Ferner and Carly Schwartzbrought to you bywww.killradio.org13.6 Mb29:51 min. Topics: harpers, huffpost, huffington post, killradio
Ben and Rich reunite, and discuss in HuffPo is justified in not paying their bloggers, or if its a fundamental exploitation of desperate labor. Plus, is a Mets-Royals World Series a threat to narrative sports enjoyment as we know it? Updates on the TV Fantasy Failure and a new Doom or Duh! Topics: huffington post, world series, baseball, royals, mets
MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! This week Chip@Nite LIVE teams up with The Free Podcast for a split 7 inch co-show! This week, Chip & Daniel talk The Walking Dead, The Dark Knight Rises, and then problems with The Amazing Spider-Man. Later, the boys taunt their latest fame achievements. Topics: Walking Dead, Huffington Post, Dark Knight Rises, Free Podcast ChipAtNite
HEAVY SPOILERS AHEAD! This week Chip@Nite Live joins forces with The Free Podcast for a split 7 inch. This week, Chip & Daniel discuss the rising body count on The Walking Dead, The Dark Knight Rises, and both flaunt their latest fame achievements... Topics: Walking Dead, Huffington Post, Dark Knight Rises, Free Podcast ChipAtNite
The liberals at the Huffington Post have once again proven their dedication to destroying the country through stupidity. This time, on their feminist site HuffPo Women, they have touted the importance of pornography to relationships and women. No joke. The one thing that has corrupted, harmed and destroyed the integrity of womanhood to a greater degree than anything else is being celebrated by supposed âfeminists.â Simply put, pornography is a drug that leads to addiction, is a radical form... Topics: 414 Project, Peter Heck, Huffington Post, feminism, pornography
Adults used to lament the wild and rebellious ways of young people. Perhaps in an effort to hold on to their own youth, liberal adults today seem intent on encouraging those ways. Peter Heck drew attention to the shockingly ignorant and disgusting commentary by Soraya Chemaly entitled, âHow Do You Feel About Sex and Teenage Sleepovers?â in which she encouraged parents to have their teens bring their sex partners over, talk to them about good sex and then send them off to bed. Not accepting... Topics: 414 Project, Peter Heck, Soraya Chemaly, teenage sex, Huffington Post
Writer Paul Ford (a.k.a. ftrain.com) joins Kevin and Deb to talk about the Egyptian revolution, whether Arianna Huffington is a tummler, and the ultimate question of the entire Internet: Why Wasnât I Consulted? Topics: AOL, Huffington Post, Egypt, social media, social networks, customer service, publishing, books,...
So this is what has become of the state of modern journalism. In a shocking piece that appeared in the Huffington Post, D.A. Wolf writes an endorsement of casual, âmeaninglessâ sex with âfriendsâ as being prudent, wise and healthy. http://barbwire.com/2014/03/21/huffington-post-true-friends-casual-meaningless-sex/ Encouraging women who are recently divorced or single to sleep with many of their friends to enjoy the eroticism of sex, Wolf demonstrates a war on the dignity of womanhood and... Topics: 414 Project, Peter Heck, Huffington Post, D.A. Wolf, Friends with Benefits